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Qana

Qana, likewise spelled Cana or Kana, (Arabic: قانا‎) is a town in southern Lebanon found 10 kilometers (6.2 mi) southeast of the city of Tire and 12 kilometers (7.5 mi) north of the fringe with Israel, in a territory truly known as Upper Galilee. The 10,000 occupants of Qana are principally Shia in spite of […]

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Bint Jbeil

The zone around Bint Jbeil has been possessed for centuries. Archeologists have recommended that the antiquated sustained city of En-hazor.[2] Antiquarians guarantee that the originators of Bint Jbeil were the Phoenicians, who originated from the northern Lebanese town of Byblos (Jbeil); they may have been Shia Muslims getting away from the Mamluk control of Byblos. […]

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Rmaych

In 1299, Rmeish was legitimately under Mamluk rule. Rmaich was hit by a seismic tremor in January 1837, which crushed the South right to Safad and Tiberias. Most of the homes were squashed, and around 30 individuals were slaughtered, and more lives would have been lost on the off chance that they had not been […]

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Ayta ash Shab

In 1596, it was named as a town, ‘Ayta Bani Salman in the Ottoman nahiya (subdistrict) of Tibnin under the liwa’ (area) of Safad, with a populace of 5 Muslim families. The resIn 1596, it was named as a village, ‘Ayta Bani Salman in the Ottoman nahiya (subdistrict) of Tibnin under the Liwa’ (district) of […]

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Naqura

Naqoura is a small city in southern Lebanon. Since March 23, 1978, the United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon has been headquartered in Naqoura.

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Tyre

Tyre is one of the most established ceaselessly occupied urban communities on the planet, however in bygone eras for certain hundreds of years by only a small populace. It was one of the most punctual Phoenician cities and the incredible origination of Europa, her siblings Cadmus and Phoenix, just as Carthage’s author Dido (Elissa). The […]

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Sidon

Sidon is the third-biggest city in Lebanon. It is situated in the South Governorate, of which it is the capital, on the Mediterranean coast. Tire toward the south and Lebanese capital Beirut toward the north are both around 40 kilometers (25 miles) away. Sidon has a populace of around 80,000 inside city limits, while its […]